What's Mallard raving about today?
Well, that certainly didn't mean a damn thing.
I find it intriguing that Tinsley relies on Las Vegas oddsmakers to tell him when the Super Bowl is going to be. Even money says he's a tool.
I like football, but that's one of the things that get me about the big game, the hyping of the commercials. It has people convinced that they have to watch the commercials with the Super Bowl, that they're as important, nay, more important than the game itself.Not surprising to see Brews buy into this. He is, as Kip observes, a tool.
To keep from falling asleep after reading this strip, I think I'll try my hand at the "Mallard Mad Libs" game I suggested yesterday:Mallard Fillmore continues to be one of the most highly contemptible and loathsome comic strips, providing an insipid conservative viewpoint to the comics pages. Mallard Fillmore has been a dumping ground for idiocy with the brain-damaged duck drunkenly addressing non-issues and lampooning artistry, good taste and the english language.
Wow, Bruce favors beer over the internet, who'd'a guessed.
The drawing of a black Etch-a-Sketch with a tail hovering in non-Euclidean space really added a lot to this comic.I hope this comic strip pulls a Jim Meddick and abandons its original cast of characters, instead focusing on the Etch-A-Sketch's zany adventures.
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